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Does the world really need more business school graduates? After the recent financial meltdown and failures of leadership, there are probably many people asking themselves whether Wall Street or Main Street would benefit from another MBA. At Norwich, we believe that people of integrity with a strong moral foundation and personal ethics are needed in business today more than ever. And, this is true whether that business is a multinational corporation, a small start-up, or even something we don't traditionally think of as a "business" such as a branch of service or an NGO.
With the complexity of the financial markets, the interconnectedness of our global system, and the speed with which modern enterprises adapt to technology, populations shifts, and consumer demand, the knowledge and skills acquired in a graduate-level business program are critical. Couple that knowledge and skill with the courage to lead with conviction and you've arrived at something in short supply: the qualities that typify the Norwich MBA alumni body and are taught throughout our curriculum.
The Norwich Master of Business Administration program helps position graduates for advancement into management-level positions within their organizations or for entry into the business world. In addition to foundational knowledge in core business areas such as operations, finance, marketing, and strategic resource management, our graduates emerge with specialized expertise in one of three concentrations: project management, organization leadership, or finance.
Livingstone Clarke, 2011 alumnus, says of his career success since enrolling in the MBA program:
"I have been promoted twice since I started this program. One take-away is that I can see a lot of what I have learned in the workplace. I work at the NY Stock Exchange and a lot that has played out there. My coursework helps me to better understand what is going on."
Examples of positions held by our graduates include:
Our graduates work in the private, public, and non-profit sectors in areas ranging from financial services, technology, and manufacturing to hospitality, design, and education. Examples of employers include: